Mostar is a city with a rich history that has shaped and formed it since ancient times. This city is also known as the "melting pot of cultures” and it is a perfect choice if you are looking for a one-of-a-kind experience. Is there anything more exciting than exploring the cobbled stone streets of a city where the Neretva River divides cultures and religions? The differences and contrasts here can be seen not only through architecture. The story of Mostar could definitely be named after "The tale of two cities”. The city has two sides; the left and the right bank of the river are connected by one of the wonders of the modern world, the spectacular Mostar Bridge. One of the most fascinating natural wonders of the Herzegovina region is definitely the crystal clear waterfalls of Kravica. The waterfall is created by the Trebižat river is a natural wonder that is now under state protection. These waterfalls are among the largest waterfalls in Herzegovina and they’re definitely the most impressive. The tour from Dubrovnik to Mostar (with a twist!) will let you experience the beautiful shades of green and untouched nature, all enriched by some exciting Oriental architecture.
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The city of Mostar is a place of contrasts, rich in culture, colour and with an amazing cuisine. The Neretva River that flows through it divides the city in half. But this city is also divided by religion and culture from one bank of the river to the other.
Kravice is one of the most fascinating natural wonders of the Herzegovinia region. The waterfall is created by the Trebižat river, and is a natural wonder that is now under state protection. These waterfalls are among the largest in Herzegovina and definitely the most impressive.
Blagaj is a haven of natural harmony and peace located only three kms from Mostar. It’s located right at the source of the Bona river and next to old tekke (a monastery rich with elements of Ottoman and Mediterranean architecture).
The village is placed in a natural amphitheatre, beside the Neretva river. This walled town evolved in the period from the16th to 18th centuries. The stone-constructed parts of the town make a fortification of that shows two stages of evolution: Medieval, and Ottoman.